Impressive 11 ¾ Tall Australian Terracotta & Glazed Studio Art Pottery Vase, Signed, Very Good Condition. This listing is for a large terracotta studio art pottery vase made in Australia and signed "Flannre". The large handmade pottery vase stands 11 ¾" tall and has a 8 ¾" diameter at its widest point. The expertly crafted bulbous vase features an unglazed terracotta that has beautiful natural shading topped with a gloss glazed blue neck. The mouth of this art pottery vase has a 3 ½ diameter, the same size as the base.Skillfully carved, the incised pattern around the hand-thrown vessel is sharp and crisp. The blue glazing on the neck and mouth continues on the inside of the studio pottery vase. The condition of the master-crafted pottery piece is very good with no chops, no cracks, and no post-studio damage. The impressive vase weighs about 3 1/2 lbs. And has a capacity of 144 ounces.
An incredible piece of Australian studio art pottery! Add it to your collection today! The Other Man's Store.
To view additional collectables obtained at auctions and estate sales in the Philadelphia and Bucks County area. More pieces are being added daily. I do my best to accurately describe the condition of each piece offered for sale and to highlight any flaws or defects. Please rely on the photos for the most accurate representation of the item as what you see is what you will receive. All items are carefully packed to ensure that they arrive safely and in the same condition as described.I use only new packing material and boxes. Many items are double boxed. Which may be used for food or drink are individually tested for lead and the results are shown in the listings. Vintage pieces often contain lead. Please make sure all studio pottery pieces, old or new, used for food or drink are tested for lead!
According to the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)... Today many potters of traditional or'folk' pottery have switched to non-lead glazes, but they may still be using old kilns that were once used for firing lead-containing glazes, unintentionally contaminating the'lead free' pottery with lead residues that remain in the kiln from past usage. Because the lead may not fuse into the non-lead glaze, it may contaminate food when the pottery is used with food.If you have any questions, please ask. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Decorative Pottery & Glassware\Vases". The seller is "sardog107" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.